I am 6 years old and 73 pounds of Bulldog muscle. My family decided it was time for me to join rescue. Mom put me in a crate and was crying, and I was just looking around, not really knowing what to do.
You see, my parents said I love to play a special game, “I Spy.” Everything I spy is mine and I like to play keep-away with it. If you try to take it from me, the game changes to Tug-o-War. See, all of life is a game!
My parents didn’t see it the way I did. They were afraid I was going to hurt the mini-human if he tried to take back one of his toys I “found” and made mine. My family said they even took me to a trainer to work with me, but I guess it didn’t help much.
I am in rescue looking for a family who does not have any mini-humans I might accidentally harm. I need a patient family who will work with me and help me learn to share and not take everything “I Spy” as mine. I am in very good health already ~ I am just ready to find my new forever home.
Lone Star Bulldog Club and Bulldog Rescue are in compliance with and support the Texas Health and Safety Code chapter 828 .002; which states EVERY dog rescued under our umbrella, either from a shelter, Rescue Society or private sources, will be spayed or neutered. Bulldogs are typically affectionate and friendly, and the Network will not knowingly place a dog with an unsound temperament. However, no one can predict how any dog will react in a given situation without complete knowledge of its life experiences before its rescue. Therefore, adopters are strongly urged to exercise prudence and caution in introducing an adopted Bulldog into a new situation until the dog has become fully adjusted to its new environment and the adopter has had an opportunity to become familiar with the dog’s unique personality. Lone Star Bulldog Club and Bulldog Rescue Network make no claims, representations, or warranties regarding the temperament, behavior, or future health of any rescued Bulldog.